Narendra Modi sets up panel to identify ‘obsolete’ laws

Narendra Modi sets up panel to identify ‘obsolete’ laws

The committee will examine ‘Acts and Rules which may have become obsolete within the last 10 to 15 years’
Documentary Preview | Sagolgi Eigi Wari

Documentary Preview | Sagolgi Eigi Wari

Sunzu Bachaspatimayum’s documentary explores the impact of conflict on humans and animals in Manipur
UNDERSTATEMENT: Indian August

UNDERSTATEMENT: Indian August

Lakme Fashion Week’s Textile Day could become a fluttering flag
Saina Nehwal hopes to break the jinx

Saina Nehwal hopes to break the jinx

India’s best bet at the Badminton World Championship has lost in the quarter-finals in four previous editions.
Society: Why we work

Society: Why we work

We meet four successful Dawoodi Bohra women, whose new religious head would rather they learn home science instead of pursuing careers and callings
Workplace | Company tact

Workplace | Company tact

The battle for LGBT rights in the workplace advances in the face of an uneasy corporate world
Why our foreign policy adopts a sulking strategy

Why our foreign policy adopts a sulking strategy

At the moment India and Pakistan are not talking and we’re not fighting either. India appears to have devised a fourth way in international relations—sulking
Trend Tracker | Wining with the West

Trend Tracker | Wining with the West

Indian winemakers are wooing the world. And yes, the interest is being reciprocated
Delhi’s Belly | Her pavement song

Delhi’s Belly | Her pavement song

An elderly woman’s life on the pavements is testimony to the Capital’s cruelty as well as its kindness
Documentary Preview | Sagolgi Eigi Wari

Documentary Preview | Sagolgi Eigi Wari

Sunzu Bachaspatimayum’s documentary explores the impact of conflict on humans and animals in Manipur
UNDERSTATEMENT: Indian August

UNDERSTATEMENT: Indian August

Lakme Fashion Week’s Textile Day could become a fluttering flag
Saina Nehwal hopes to break the jinx

Saina Nehwal hopes to break the jinx

India’s best bet at the Badminton World Championship has lost in the quarter-finals in four previous editions.
Society: Why we work

Society: Why we work

We meet four successful Dawoodi Bohra women, whose new religious head would rather they learn home science instead of pursuing careers and callings
Workplace | Company tact

Workplace | Company tact

The battle for LGBT rights in the workplace advances in the face of an uneasy corporate world
Why our foreign policy adopts a sulking strategy

Why our foreign policy adopts a sulking strategy

At the moment India and Pakistan are not talking and we’re not fighting either. India appears to have devised a fourth way in international relations—sulking
Trend Tracker | Wining with the West

Trend Tracker | Wining with the West

Indian winemakers are wooing the world. And yes, the interest is being reciprocated
Delhi’s Belly | Her pavement song

Delhi’s Belly | Her pavement song

An elderly woman’s life on the pavements is testimony to the Capital’s cruelty as well as its kindness
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